To Enhance Your Knowledge and Skills in:

Strategies for Fighting Fraud

Fraud Mitigation and Investigation

Behavioral Forensics in Fraud

Financial Forensics

Cyber Forensics

And More.

When:                November 5 (1/2 day) and 6 (Full Day), 2019

Where:               University of Dayton, Meyer Room, Curran Place Building

                             1700 South Patterson Blvd, Dayton, OH 45409

Time:                  November 5: Registration at 1:30 p.m., conference starts 2:00 p.m.

                             November 6: Registration at 7:30 a.m., conference starts at 8:00 a.m.

For:                     Certified Public Accountants, Certified Fraud Examiners, Certified in Financial

                             Forensics Credential Holders, Internal Auditors, Information Technology Professionals

                             specializing in Cybersecurity, and Governmental Accountants and Compliance Officers.

CPE:                     3 Hours November 5 (Ethics) (See more below)

                             8 Hours November 6 (See more below)

Prerequisites:     None

Objective:            To advance attendee knowledge and skills in topics of fraud, behavioral forensics, cyber                                              forensics and behavioral ethics.

Topics (Nov 5):

  • How and Why Humans Choose To Deceive
  • Choice-making in Fraud: Perpetrators, Witnesses, Victims
  • Choices and the Professional
  • The Parallels in Choosing Deception and Other Unethical Actions
  • The (Josephson) Seven-step Path to Better Decisions
  • When Ethics become Legal issues: The New Ohio Elder Abuse Reporting Law

Topics (Nov 6):

  • Keynote Speech by the Hon. David Yost, Attorney General, State of Ohio
  • Social Engineering and Cyberfraud
  • Health South: A Former CFO and FBI Agent Tell All
  • FBI Briefing on the Cyberfraud Threat and Solutions
  • Presentation by Sheila Weinberg, CEO of Truth In Accounting
  • Keynote Speech on Cybercrime by FBI Senior Executive Herb Stapleton

Sponsor of Conference:

Behavioral Forensics Group, LLC
Behavioral Forensics Group


Axium Consulting LLC

University of Dayton Center for Cybersecurity & Data Intelligence
University of Dayton

Southwest Ohio Chapter, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners


The Hon. David Yost, Attorney General of the State of Ohio

Kevin Rojeck, Supervisory Special Agent, Cincinnati Field Office, Federal Bureau of Investigation

FBI Section Chief, Cyber Division, Herb Stapleton.

Ms. Sheila Weinberg, CEO of Truth In Accounting

Dr. Sridhar Ramamoorti, ACA, CPA/CITP/CFF/CGMA, CIA, CFE, CFSA, CGAP, CGFM, CRMA, CRP, MAFF, Assoc. Professor of Accounting-University of Dayton, Co-Author, A.B.C.s of Behavioral Forensics, Managing Principal of Behavioral Forensics Group, LLC

David (Daven) E. Morrison III, M.D.  Organizational Psychiatrist, member, Institute for Fraud Prevention, Co-Author, A.B.C.s of Behavioral Forensics, Partner, Behavioral Forensics Group, LLC

Victor E. Hartman, J.D., CPA, Retired FBI Special Agent, Principal,  The Hartman Firm, LLC, Partner, Behavioral Forensics Group, LLC, author, The Honest Truth About Fraud

Dr. Joseph W. Koletar, CFE,  Former Director of Fraud & Forensics Practices, Deloitte & Touche LLP and Ernst & Young, LLP, Retired FBI Senior Executive, Co-Author, A.B.C.s of Behavioral Forensics, Partner, Behavioral Forensics Group, LLC

Amanda Malusky Krauss, CPA, CFE, CFF, Associate Managing Director, Axium Consulting LLC

Prof. Daniel Robinson, University of Dayton

Katrina Wahl, J.D., Pickrel, Schaeffer & Ebeling, Attorneys, Dayton, OH

Aaron Beam, Former Health South CFO and Felon.

Herb Stapleton, Senior Executive, Federal Bureau of Investigation.

And more

This is a power-packed 1 ½ days of substantive information for those who deal with suspected fraud, prevention of fraud, cybersecurity, and financial forensics. We bring together three major disciplines involved with fraud: Fraud Mitigation, Cybercrime Prevention, and Ethics Considerations. We also present a balanced blending of theory and practice.


Recommended Lodging:

The nearby Courtyard by Marriott will give you a special rate of $119 (plus tax) when you click on the following link:

Conference Registration Fees:

November 5 (3 hours)                         Early Bird: $80             After Oct 30: $  99

November 6 (8 hours)                         Early Bird:  $235          After Oct 30: $325

November 5 and 6 (11 hours)             Early Bird:  $299          After Oct 30: $395

Cancellation Policy:

We’ll refund your conference fees if you cancel within 7 days of the event. Process your cancellation through Eventbrite, or email us (before midnight, EDT, October 28, 2019) at with your name, address, amount requested, and proof of payment. Follow these instructions and we’ll refund, but know this: We’ll miss you!

Kudos and Complaints

We love kudos and we try to please everyone.  We know that is impossible, so we invite you to send comments, suggestions, and complaints during and after the Conference to our Conference Email Address,  We promise to study every message we receive.

CPE Credit Information

This conference offers up to 11 CPE credits.  These credits are based on a 50-minute hour.  3 of these credits are approved for ethics (PSR) credit.  CPE is offered through the ACFE as well as the Accountancy Board of Ohio (sponsor number CPE.00467).

Download Agenda Here